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The Theory of Sound - Page 389
by John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - 1894 - 984 pages
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The Theory of Sound, Volume 1

John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh - Sound - 1877 - 984 pages
...neighbourhood of one point. It then became evident that the spot moved tangentially when the bell was excited at points distant therefrom 0, 90, 180, or...may often be observed in the case of large bells. END OF VOL. I. CAM13BIDOE: PRINTED EY CJ CLAY, HA, AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS. MATHEMATICS. Works by Sir...
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The theory of sound, Volume 1

1877
...neighbourhood of one point. It then became evident that the spot moved tangentially when the bell was excited at points distant therefrom 0, 90, 180, or...may often be observed in the case of large bells. END OF VOL. I. CAMBBIDGE: FEINTED BY cj CLAY, MA, AT THE UNIVERSITY PBESS. Works by Sir GB AIRY, KCB,...
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A Text-book on Sound

Edwin Henry Barton - Sound - 1908 - 687 pages
...several sets are heard simultaneously. Their production is explained by Lord Rayleigh as follows : — " If there be a small load at any point of the circumference...difference between the frequencies of the two tones." CHAPTER VI RESONANCE AND RESPONSE 235. Order of Treatment. — In this chapter we shall be concerned...
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A College Text-book of Physics

Arthur Lalanne Kimball - Physics - 1911 - 692 pages
...Combinational Tones. — Under some circumstances when two tones are strongly sounded, a tone is also heard whose frequency is equal to the difference between the frequencies of the two generating tones; its frequency is thus the same as that of the beats between the tones, though it...
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The Theory of Sound, Volume 1

John William Strutt Baron Rayleigh, Robert Bruce Lindsay - Science - 1945 - 520 pages
...neighbourhood of one point. It then became evident that the spot moved taugentially when the bell was excited at points distant therefrom 0, 90, 180, or...may often be observed in the case of large bells. 236 a. In determining the number of nodal meridians (2.?) corresponding to any particular tone of a...
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Measurements for Competitiveness in Electronics

1994 - 448 pages
...lightwave. When the combination is applied to a detector, the detector produces an electrical signal whose frequency is equal to the difference between the frequencies of the two light sources. This difference frequency is usually chosen to fall in the lower part of the microwave...
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The Sacred in Music

Albert L. Blackwell - Religion - 1999 - 255 pages
...physiologist and acoustician of the 19th century. Hermann von Helmholtz, the frequency of the perceived tone is equal to the difference between the frequencies of the two tones that are sounded.38 Researchers still disagree as to what exactly gives rise to difference tones. Some...
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The Simple Flute: From A to Z

Michel Debost - Music - 2002 - 282 pages
...Ein Heldenkben, final chords The truth of the intonation is affected by the faint presence of a tone whose frequency is equal to the difference between the frequencies of the two notes actually being played. Often this uninvited guest is welcome. It results in a sort of fundamental,...
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The Princeton Review Cracking the Ap Physics B & C Exams, 2004-2005

Steven A. Leduc, Princeton Review - Science - 2004 - 672 pages
...in sound level, we say that a beat has occurred. The number of beats per second, known as the beat frequency, is equal to the difference between the frequencies of the two combining sound waves: If frequencies/, and/2 match, then the combined waveform doesn't waver in amplitude,...
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